[Tracker-discuss] Call for volunteers to help maintain bugs.python.org's issue tracker

Shitiz Bansal shitizb at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 20 07:37:16 CET 2008

I am a python enthusiast willing to help. I am based in India and working as a software professional for 2 and a half years. Let me know how i can help and how much of my time it will take if i get involved.
Thanks and Regards,
Shitiz Bansal

Brett Cannon <brett at python.org> wrote: The Python Software Foundation's infrastructure committee is looking
for volunteers to help maintain the Roundup issue tracker installed
for http://bugs.python.org. Responsibilities revolve around
maintaining the Roundup installation itself (tracker schema, modifying
the installed copy of Roundup, etc.) and the occasional database work
(changes to the database, etc.).

You do not have to be an expert at Roundup to volunteer! You can learn
"on the job" by doing offline development and submitting patches until
you are of a proper level of experience to gain commit access to the
code (which can be seen at XXX). If you still have a New Years
resolution to help Python out this is a great way to fulfill the
promise you made yourself for 2008!

If you are interested in volunteering, please email tracker-discuss at
python.org. Thanks to all who have helped with the tracker already and
those that will in the future!

-Brett Cannon
Chairman, PSF infrastructure committee

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